Aliya Shehzadi's Story
Donate for Aliya’s Above Knee Amputation. Before you proceed on to read the gory details of Aliya Shehzadi’s story, please know that your contribution, no matter how little, will make a huge difference in her life. Hence, we ask you to please be generous and play your part in her cause as Aliya awaits Knee Prosthesis
Aliya Shehzadi, aged forty-five years, is a resident of Sheikhpura. Aliya met a roadside accident ten years ago in which her left leg was injured badly. Her family took her to the hospital. After the doctor evaluated her condition, the doctors decided to amputate her leg above the knee. The doctor amputated her leg and she s handicapped since then.
Aliya and her husband live in a rented house with their three children. Her husband works as a factory worker and merely earns PKR. 20,000 a month. With a family of five to raise, it is impossible for her husband to meet the basic needs of the family. The family is struggling financially. Aliya is now having difficulty doing the most basic tasks for herself. Aliya’s husband came to Transparent Hands with the request of assistance with his wife’s left above knee prosthesis. This prosthesis is crucial for Aliya Shehzadi. Aliya shared her ordeal with Transparent Hands in the following manner:
“My life has taken such a tragic turn and this incident has got me in shock. I don’t know how I will ever overcome this. My only concern now is to get back on my feet and to be able to after my family. I don’t want to fall prey to despair. Please help.”
Transparent Hands has registered her case and Now, we are determined to help her get back on her feet. Therefore, we urge you to please be generous with your donations for her surgery as Aliya awaits Knee Prosthesis.
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